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UK economy was transformed through Queen Elizabeth’s 70-year reign

By France24
09 September 2022   |   3:10 pm
The world is paying tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who has died at the age of 96. She reigned for 70 years over a British economy that was transformed in many ways. Our Business Editor Kate Moody looks at how the economy has changed, the cost of living crises that have bookended her time on the throne, and what's in store for businesses during the period of national mourning.

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